Beckham Names His Next Man Utd Boss
Manchester United legend, David Beckham, has shared his view on who should succeed Louis Van Gaal as the Red Devils' next manager.
Van Gaal signed a three-year deal with a United in 2014 and is expected to retire when his contract expires in 2017 at Old Trafford.
However, Beckham feels Van Gaal's assistant and fellow United legend, Ryan Giggs, can step into the head coaching role at the club.
"Ryan is manager material, he's got that streak that runs through him," Beckham told talkSPORT.
"He could be a top manager. He's learned from Sir Alex over the years, now Louis van Gaal. He's taking his time and doing all the right things.
"All the fans would like to see him be manager at some time.
"He's got that appreciation and understanding of Manchester United, he'd be perfect to step in."
Beckham also gave his view on the current crop of United players.
"They look good players. I saw Gary Neville on TV the other day and he said they're not great players, they're still young and have to prove themselves over a certain amount of time - but they're doing very well now," he added.
"It's about continuing and I'm sure they will. They've got that attitude."
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